Rules in 4.3
"You Rock, you RULE!"
Hope you’ve had a great week. In PreK 4.3 we have used this week to create and reinforce the rules that we will have in our classroom. This is an essential part of our curriculum, which is the reason we deliver it at the beginning of the year. Setting rules and clear instruction serves as a platform for the rest of the year and their lives! We want to share them with you so that together we can attain a proper classroom organization and use our time successfully.
Ms. Karina, Ms. Nicole and Ms. Lea
Bee Responsible, Bee Respectful, Bee Safe, Bee Kind
Our four bees! (I see what you did there...)
What we want to accomplish is to establish a mutual set of rules for all ISP, in this way our students will have a clear understanding of what they are expected to do. Also! The four bees, by nature denote a positive language; instead of telling a child “Don’t push” you say “remember to be safe”.
I encourage you to try them!
Lights, Camera, Action!
On Wednesday morning all P.K4 classrooms went to the playground for a special role-play done by the teachers. We acted out different scenarios of unsafe, and safe play to teach our students about the playground rules.
We want our children to understand why we have certain rules and how this contributes to the safety and fun play during our recess.
What is something kind we can tell to someone that is sad? (like Chester)
Graphing our interests
We also played a graphing game related to the book we read "The Kissing Hand"
Writing our names
Yoga in 4.3!
Me in a BAG!
We learned that Isabel loves to draw and color, also enjoys to dance and using stickers. She brought a beautiful sandal and some nice toys, one of them was Popa the pig. Since everyone but Ms. Lea knew Popa the pig, we watched a video at the end of the day.